An upcoming major winter storm could reach blizzard criteria as it lashed the Ohio valley with 6+ inches of snow and impacts the surrounding states of Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and Pennsylvania. A general 4-8 inches of snow is expected, though totals may reach 24 inches in some localized areas. This system will also bring severe weather to the southeast on November 29th with the possibility of tornadoes and widespread damaging winds, the SPC has a marginal risk for the area.
Question of the day: Do you think this winter storm will reach blizzard criteria?
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